Generous school owner donates food to parents, still pays staff during lockdown
By B_Mercedes | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 11 views
At a time when Alot of companies are dismissing workers and firing staffs, evangelist (Mrs) adekunbi Akin-Taylor was busy donating food stuffs to parents, and still paying monthly salaries to staffs
The golden-hearted evangelist, is the owner/founder/proprietress of Charlie Marie schools in Ogun State, not doubt that she has impacted in the lives of many during this lockdown; lifting a little of the financial burden laid on many parents and staffs due to the corona virus pandemic.
Twenty-seven of her staffs received palliatives and hundred parents were given various food stuffs in packages. The food package included Rice, Beans, indomie noodles, oil, salt, biscuits, sweets and, garri.
According to sources, she paid full salary to her workers in March and paid 60% in April, and 70% in May. Indeed she is a kind hearted soul and we pray that God blesses her and continue to provide for her and her family, and also for all of us during this period, Amen.
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